This section contains useful links to websites which may be of interest to people who are vision impaired or blind.
The RNIB has compiled a huge list of in scores of countries around the world.
Australia: (New South Wales).
Bosnia: , a primary school for blind and partially-sighted children in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Canada: "The mission of is to encourage, develop, and fund effective and sustainable blindness prevention and sight restoration programs directed to people in the greatest need. People are treated without regard to gender, caste, creed or religion."
Czech Republic: (Prague).
France: ou gravement déficients visuels avec ou sans handicaps associés. Their site includes a list of French publishers of texts in accessible formats and their journal, "Comme les autres," is available on-line.
France: The provides training and employment services, cultural and leisure opportunities, news, clubs and library services at many locations in France.
France: is door onto the Web for people with visual handicaps. Links to news, books on-line, education and technology in French-speaking countries.
France: The , based in Paris, serves English-speaking blind and visually handicapped people living outside the Anglophone world.
France: [Includes a reference to a union catalog of French materials in accessible media.]
Germany: Their links to German and other world-wide sources are excellent.
India: is a non-profit charity supplying talking books and other educational aids to schools for the blind in India.
Italy:: Association for the Development of Information Technology Systems for the Disabled (Italy): assists the blind, physically handicapped and deaf with computer training courses, research into adaptive software, information dissemination.
Japan: has many links to Japanese and world-wide web resources for the blind, including organization and libraries; some of the Japanese sites have English versions too.
Japan: is a pioneer in the development of the digital talking book.
Luxembourg: has links to blindness organizations in Germany, France and Luxembourg.
Quebec: : Une vitrine virtuelle ŕ l'intention des amis des aveugles. Numerous links to francophone sources.
Scotland: is a Scottish site offering help, resources and information for people interested in disabilities and who want to publish accessible information on the Web.
South Africa: .
South Africa:: their newsletter, "The Braillorette," is available online (current issue and archives).
South Africa:: produces recreational and educational reading for the blind.
Tibet: : a school, vocational training center and braille production facility.
United Kingdom: has a number of blind students. See: "Homeopathic Education and Training for Visually Impaired People," by Trevor Cook.
United Kingdom: . [School for blind children.]
United Kingdom: is planning a searchable on-line catalog and downloadable Grade II braille files.
Uruguay: the website of the contains photographs of Louis Braille's birthplace.